البلد : اليمن العلم :
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|موضوع: كلمات في النشرات الاخبارية الخميس 28 أبريل 2011, 3:53 pm|| |
السـلام عليكم ورحمـة الله وبركـاته
أتيت اليكم بفكرة موضوع جديد أتمنى أن تنال إعجابكم
فكـرة الموضوع ببساطة هى أننا نقرأ الأخبار و نستمع إليها باللغة الإنجليزية كوسيلة لتعلم اللغة الإنجليزية
وقد تواجهنا العديد من الكلمات أثناء قرائتنا للصحف أو الإستماع إلى الأخبار التى لا نعرف معناها
ولذلك سيوجــد فى هذا الموضوع معظم الكلمات التى تقابلنا فى الأخبار بالإضافة الى شرح معناها بطريقة بسيطة باللغة الإنجليزية
وذلك كما اتفقنا لنستفيد من الموضوع أقصى إستفادة
A aboard: on or in a bus, ship, plane, etc. to accelerate: to gain or increase speed. to accompany: to join. accurate: exact, truthful. to accuse: to claim someone did something wrong. achieve: to reach a goal, result. addictive: relating to a habit that is hard to stop. He is addicted to drugs. adolescence: (usually) a person's teenage years. to adopt: to take into one's family. affair: a romantic relationship (with someone who is not a husband or wife). to age: to get older. airborne: in flight, flying. alliance: an agreement to work together. to amaze: to make a great impression. animated: to make lifelike as in a cartoon. annual: happening every year. to apologize: to say that one is sorry. to appoint: to select somebody for a job. architecture: buildings. ark: an ancient ship. to arrest: taken by the police.arsonist: somebody who illegally starts a fire to cause damage, somebody who causes arson. to assnoinate: to kill someone. asthma: a breathing disorder. astonishing: amazing, surprising. astronomer: a person who studies objects outside of the Earth's atmosphere. automaker: car company
bachelor: a man who is not married.
bail: the money a person pays so he/she does not have to go to
ballpark: a baseball stadium, a place where ball games are
ban: prevention, prohibition.
bankrupt: unable to make the payments needed to stay in
business, out of money.
B.C.: the dates before Christ was born.
to be ashamed: to feel guilty or embarrnoed.
to be in attendance: to be present at an event.
to be obsessed: to think about constantly.
to be trapped: to be unable to escape.
behind bars: in jail.
benefits: positive uses.
bestseller: a successful book.
bicentenary: the 200th anniversary.
bid: an attempt to get something.
bill: a piece of paper money.
to blame: to place the responsibility on something or someone.
bloodstream: the blood flowing through a circulatory system.
Random House Unabridged Dictionary.
bookmaker: a person who determines the odds and receives
payments for bets.
bout: a (boxing) contest.
Boxing Day: the day after Christmas, December 26.
box office: the place where tickets are sold.
brainchild: an original idea.
to break a record: to do better than any one else has done in
a race or sporting event.
to break up: to end a romantic relationship.
to brew: to make beer.
brewery: a company which makes beer.
bulimia: a serious eating disorder with young women who eat a
lot of food and then feel guilty and depressed.
bully: a person who is cruel to smaller or weaker people.
to busk: to perform outdoors.
cabinet: the group of ministers in a government.
to call off: to end, cancel.
capital: The city where the government is located.
catnap: a short nap.
C.E.O.: Chief Executive Officer. The top person in a company.
certificate of good conduct: a document that shows you do not
have a criminal record.
chain: a number of business with the same owner.
chateau: a large country house or castle.
checkout: a counter where customers pay at a supermarket.
to chime: to make a musical sound, ie, from a bell or a clock.
to cite to give as a reason or example, to quote.
to claim: to state that something is true.
to clash: to fight.
to collaborate: to work together.
comeback: to lead after being behind in a game.
to come up with: to make a new thing, to invent.
to commence: to start.
concentration camp: a place where prisoners of war are kept
under harsh, terrible conditions.
to conduct: to lead, direct.
to console: to try and help someone who is sad feel better.
to consume: to eat or drink.
contentedness: the feeling of being pleased, satisfied, happy.
to contradict: to show the opposite of something.
copyright: a document that allows you to publish artistic,
musical and written work.
contagious: related to something which can be spread, such as
a disease from one person to another.
controversial: causing debate between opposing positions.
coup: the removal of a leader from power. Also called coup
crash: a car accident.
cuisine: the making and style of food, ie, Italian cuisine,
curfew: a time when people cannot go outside.
currency: the money of a country.
to cut off: to stop the supply of something.
Dto dash: to move, run quickly. to debut: to appear for the first time. decade: a period of 10 years. deceased: dead. defending champion: the person or team which won an event the last time it was held. demand: the need to buy something -- which one has the ability to buy. to deny: to say that something is not true. dependence: needing something, relying on something. desirable: something that someone would want, something that is worth having. despicable: terrible, awful, bad. devastating: very damaging. devotee: a big fan, supporter, enthusiast. to diagnose: to find the nature of a (medical) problem through analysis. diplomat: a person, such as an ambnoador, who represents a government. disastrous: bringing a very bad result. to discuss: to talk about. dispute: disagreement, argument. disturbing: annoying, bothersome. to divide: to separate into groups or parts. domain name: an Internet address. For example, [ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذا الرابط], [ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذا الرابط], etc. drastically: extremely. to dread: to be afraid of. drowsiness: sleepiness. to duck: to bend down suddenly (to avoid a punch or a thrown object).
to earn: to gain or win through skill or work.
eleventh-hour decision: a decision made at the last minute.
to eliminate: to remove from a contest.
to elope: to run away secretly to get married.
to embrace: to put one's arms around another person.
to employ: to hire, to give someone a job.
to enable: to make possible.
to enforce: to put into place with force.
enlistment: the time a person is in the military.
entourage: a member of a group that follows an important
person or celebrity.
environmentalist: a person who works to protect the
equestrian: someone who rides horses for sport.
erroneously: wrongly, mistakenly.
to estimate: to give a calculation or opinion about the size
or value of something.
exasperating: frustrating, irritating.
excessive: going beyond what is considered normal or usual.
execution: Putting a prisoner to death.
exhaustion: extreme loss of strength and energy in a person.
expert: someone who knows a lot about a subject. For example,
a fashion expert, a baseball expert, etc.
extrovert: a talkative person.
to fall off the wagon: to resume or continue a bad habit, such
as smoking or drinking.
famine: extreme hunger, lack of food.
fancier: a person who has a special liking towards something:
ie, John likes dogs, he is a dog fancier.
favorite: (in sports) the player or team that is most likely
feline: belonging to the cat family.
fiancée: a woman who engaged to be married.
to file: to apply, to submit papers.
to fine: to punish through a payment.
to fire: to remove someone from a job.
firm (noun): a business, company.
fitness: good health.
forces: an army or military.
to flee: to run away.
fraction: a small part of a larger whole.
fuel-efficient: using less fuel, gasoline.
fugitive: someone who is hiding from police.
furious: very angry
gaffe: a mistake.
game: wild animals which are hunted.
gather: to come together.
generosity: an act (or acts) of kindness or giving.
to get a little carried away: to act in an extreme manner.
to get along: to have a positive relationship with someone.
to give it a sno: to try something.
to go to the polls: to vote.
glare: a very strong, bright light.
grammarian: a person who studies grammar.
the green light: approval, permission.
to hand over: to give property or control to someone else. to hand out: to give out, supply. to have egg on one's face: to make an embarrnoing mistake, to feel like a fool. to have two left feet: to dance badly. to headbutt: to hit somebody with your head. headquarters: the main office of an organization. heavyweight: a boxer that weighs more than 79.4 kilograms. heiress: a woman who inherits money. hit: success. holidaymaker: vacationer, someone who is on holiday. hometown: the town where a person was born. honor: a prize, award or credit that is given for achievement. to house: to be a storage space for something. human rights: basic freedoms that people have. to hurl: to throw. hyperinflation: extreme inflation
to impeach: to make a leader step down.
in charge of: under the control of, in the care of.
incumbent: a politician currently in office.
influence: (in art) a person or style that has a powerful
effect on the work you do.
to inherit: to receive money from someone after that person
innovative: new (used when speaking about a new product or
introvert: a shy person.
investigate: to examine.
Israelite: A person who lived in the ancient kingdom of
an item: a romantic couple.
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